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fishing_report BY rtraczyk ON August 21 - 0 COMMENTS
Mouth of Montreal
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River level is a little high for this time of the year, but still very fishable.  I saw no fish rising and a few other fisherman were there with no success.  A group of kayakers came up to the falls from Saxon Harbor.  
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fishing_report BY West Fork Jason ON December 10 - 1 COMMENTS
The last one...
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The last fish of the season, not requiring an ice auger... Chapter VP Kelly McKnight with a nice streamer caught Brown Trout.
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fishing_report BY rtraczyk ON November 15 - 0 COMMENTS
Season ending on Lake Superior Tribs
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November 15th is the season close for trout fisihing on Lake Superior tributaries.  This applies to all LS tribs in our chapter area from Douglas, Bayfield, Ashland & Iron Counties.
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fishing_report BY rtraczyk ON November 1 - 0 COMMENTS
Lake Run Brown at Montreal Mouth
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Fishing at the mouth of the Montreal River is slowing down.  Today, I was the only fisherman down at the river mouth.  This is somewhere around my 6th trip and I finally connected with this brown trout.  It hit on a clouse minnow pattern.  I also managed to catch a brook trout about 9 inches on the [ READ MORE... ]
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fishing_report BY rtraczyk ON October 1 - 0 COMMENTS
Lake Run Browns at Montreal Mouth
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Two lucky fisherman each landed a lake run brown trout yesterday down at the Mouth of the Montreal.  Water is a little high and murky, but still fishable.
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fishing_report BY rtraczyk ON September 12 - 0 COMMENTS
Tyler Forks high flow
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Above is a very unusual ring of foam created by the swift current. Tyler Forks is still producing Brook Trout despite the recent rain fall.  Stream level is high.  Trout are hitting on streamers and wet flies.
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fishing_report BY rtraczyk ON July 24 - 0 COMMENTS
July Storms
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The Wild Rivers Chapter area has recently experienced some serious storms. First there were flash floods on July 11th that devastated the trout streams and then the following week strong winds came thru. If you are fishing in our area please use caution, because roads may have trees across them and [ READ MORE... ]
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fishing_report BY rtraczyk ON April 15 - 0 COMMENTS
Mouth of Montreal blown out today
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The Mouth of the Montreal is over the banks today.  Due to the warming trend and the last of the snow melting.  The river is about 2 feet higher than Wed. Apr. 13th.  What a difference 2 days can make.  The Wild Rivers Chapter held an outing on Wednesday afternoon and water levels were great.   [ READ MORE... ]
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fishing_report BY rtraczyk ON March 27 - 0 COMMENTS
Montreal River Mouth
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Mouth of the Montreal River levels are great for fishing. I walked down the hill today to check out the water levels. I found this interesting rock formation along the lake bank. Checking with one fisherman he said his buddies landed 2 browns and one coaster brookie last week.
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Today was a balmy 52 degrees and I threw my switch rod into the pickup and drove from Hurley to Saxon.  I had waders, snowshoes and muck boots because I wasn't sure what I would find.  Well as you can see the pools are still frozen and the trail down to the river mouth is dangerously icy.  Keep [ READ MORE... ]
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